We love taking care of your four legged friends. Bring your dog or cat on site into our animal adjusting suite to keep them as healthy as possible. Have a horse as well? No problem, we will go on site. Give us a call for more details and make sure to obtain a vet referral prior to your first appointment.
Dr. Jamie Lucia, DC has been providing animal chiropractic for many years in the San Francisco bay area. The focus of her animal care is to check and to adjust the spine on a proactive basis, with the goal to restore mental, physical, and emotional well being. As such, she is able to maximize potential and performance in her animal patients. The purpose of the animal chiropractic adjustment is to remove interference to the nervous system, which then allows the nervous system to function at its very best. This results in a happy, healthy, and well-balanced animal, and helps in fighting disease, degeneration, aging, and stress.
Dr. Jamie works with many of the bay area veterinarians and has adjusted thousands of animals. She is always pleased and amazed at the miraculous benefits that a holistic health care regime provides for her animal clients. She is passionate about proactive care for animals, and specializes in monthly plans that are designed for each of her clients on an individual basis.
Dr. Jamie has been featured in many local newspapers and magazines. She teaches regularly at chiropractic colleges as well as presenting seminars and clinics at many of the local veterinary clinics and equestrian centers. She is a regular speaker at organizations, corporations, and clubs on animal chiropractic and natural health care for animals.
- University of Pennsylvania: BS Biology
- University of Sydney: MS Neurology
- Palmer College of Chiropractic: Doctor of Chiropractic
- Parker College of Chiropractic: Certified Animal Chiropractor
We are available Monday through Sunday to assist you with the chiropractic care of your animals. We provide 24/7 on site care or mobile care in the SF bay area.
Please note that The State of California requires a veterinary referral prior to your animal receiving chiropractic care. It is important to keep in mind that chiropractic care is not a substitute for veterinary care. We work with many of the bay area veterinarians and would be happy to establish a relationship with your DVM if we have not worked together in the past.